- Drama: All of Us Are Dead (지금 우리 학교는)
- Network: Netflix
- Episodes: 12
- Air Date: January 28, 2022
All of Us Are Dead is a Netflix series in which students who have been isolated and waiting for rescue in the school where the zombie virus started fight hand in hand to survive.
The released trailer begins with a landscape of an ordinary school road. However, as a student develops abnormal symptoms, the peaceful daily life begins to crumble. A zombie virus spreads like wildfire among students, and bloodthirsty zombies swarm all over the school, including lunchrooms, libraries, and hallways.
The moment they are bitten, they are shocked to see their friends rapidly transforming into zombies, but the children who managed to survive must start the real struggle from now on. Meanwhile, Lee Byung-chan (Kim Byung-cheol), a science teacher who keeps the secret of the zombie virus, leaves a video record about the characteristics of zombies, adding to the question.
Students isolated at school hold each other’s hands until the end and promise to survive together. On-zo’s father (Jeon Bae-soo) desperately tries to save his daughter, and Song Jae-ik (Lee Kyu-hyung), a detective who uncovers the truth about the virus. The spark of hope to save the world lives on. Children trapped in school surrounded by zombies raise curiosity about whether they can safely get out of school together.
The released character poster captures the desperate moments faced by children who survived a zombie-infested school. On-zo (Park Ji-hoo) is terrified of zombies, Cheong-san (Yoon Chan-young) tries to protect her, and Nam-ra (Jo Yi-hyun) and Su-hyeok (Romon) desperately run down a hallway full of zombies.
Archery students and their companions also attract attention. Ha-ri (Ha Seung-ri), who is the captain of the archery club, uses a bow, and Mi-jin (Lee Eun-sam), who is accompanying her, uses a broken stick to fight zombies. On the other hand, Gwi-nam (Yoo In-soo) is ignoring the zombie swarms that surround him, and his sharp eyes are flashing. The copy of “I don’t want to die, I don’t want to kill” represents the children’s strong will to somehow survive with their friends and the complex minds of those who are conflicted between friends who have turned into zombies.
However, only Gwi-nam expresses his deepest desire to kill, raising the curiosity about the cause of his anger and what his true identity is.
All of Us Are Dead
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